Geizeer was born from the need to cool our work environments and ourselves during the period of intense heat, safely and at a cost of less than 1 cent per day.
It is not always possible nor is it healthy to use air conditioners on a daily basis. The high energy consumption makes it a comfortable accessory but excessive use can cause discomfort, such as headache, stiff neck, back pain and respiratory problems. The same goes for the use of fans, by mobilizing the air, you feel a sense of coolness but instead you are stimulating sweat and increasing the risk of dehydration.
Geizeer is made of wood, a perfect thermal insulator. Externally it is composed of two shells in wood and metal finishing frames. Internally it contains a rechargeable battery, a micro USB with PCBs, a DC brushless fan and an ice pack.
The two lower and upper halves of the body, overlapping, form a cube, perfected by three metal frames. On two of the four wooden legs, the upper and lower half, are the electrical contacts that allow the operation of the fan. Half of the cube that serves as a base provides an isolated space for a rechargeable battery and a PCB with micro USB. Above this space is where the cooling elements are housed. However, the half which is the lid, is enclosed with a brushless fan. The air is sucked from the grid in the upper half, cooled inside the cube and pushed out through the slots that divide it in half. Geizeer comes from micro-USB to USB cable.